NJAMHAA

 

IMPORTANT CYBER SECURITY WEBINAR FOR ALL NEW JERSEY NON-PROFITS - FREE
The Center for Non-Profits and NJAMHAA invite everyone to register for an important FREE webinar Cyber Liability and Cyber Security for Non-Profits, February 17, 10 am.
 
Is your organization safe from cyber risk? Does your liability coverage include cyber-theft and data breaches? Many non-profits don’t know that they are exposed to cyber risks every day and how that exposure poses a significant financial threat to their organizations. All non-profits are at risk, and this webinar is especially important if the following is true for your organization:
•    Obtains social security numbers, drivers' license numbers, bank account numbers of clients or employees
•    Has access to patients' medical records
•    Is in the process of going ‘paperless’ or keeps paper files onsite
•    Provides online access to sensitive data
•    Allows laptops or access to their networks from remote locations
•    Relies on their computer networks on a daily basis
 
Date & Time:    
Wednesday, February 17, 10 - 11 am
Presenter:
June Noto, Vice President, IT,
HR and Administrative Services, NJAMHAA
Location:
Your computer
FREE:
Registration required

 

EXCITING NEWS - Limited Time Discount Dual Membership!

The Center for Non-Profits and the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA) are delighted to announce a limited time discount membership offer!
 
Become a member of both organizations and save 20 percent on your annual dues for each membership; deepen your support to New Jersey's nonprofit community, stay informed and have input on policy and legislative issues, and take advantage of these exclusive dual membership offers:
 
•    Access reduced-price technology services through the NJAMHAA IT Project. It's like having your own IT staff on call offering low-cost solutions for consultation, implementation and maintenance!
•    Save on webinars and trainings - some are FREE!
•    Save even more on both organizations' annual conferences (savings of $60-$100 per registration).
•    Post job opportunities on Center's website (free) and in NJAMHAA's multiple venues at discounted rates.
•    Include your organization in both the Center and NJAMHAA's directories for free!
•    Receive member-only publications including Newswire (NJAMHAA); Nonprofit Advocacy Matters (Center/National Council of Nonprofits), and more!
•    Save on services including Directors and Officers insurance, preferred merchants, payroll and human resources services, technology education, and more!
•    See complete offerings and benefits at the Center and NJAMHAA!

(The 20 percent discount offer cannot be applied retroactively to existing memberships or combined with other discounts including early renewal savings.)
 
Call or Email today for more information on this joint membership offer!
Center for Non-Profits
732-227-0800
center@njnonprofits.org

NJAMHAA
609-838-5488
info@njamhaa.org




CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO WILL PRESENT AT THE ANNUAL IT CONFERENCE?

 

The SUPER EARLY BIRD rate of $100.00 for NJAMHAA members won’t last long, so don’t hesitate, register today.  We are featuring expert presenters who will be sharing their experiences and best practices to staying as secure as you can.  If you do have a breach, you will learn what you need to do, and who you should report it to.

Between viruses, ransomware, phishing, theft of PHI and other financial records, this is the ONE conference you will definitely want to attend ... not just for professional reasons, but for your own personal safety!

When
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time

Where
Pines Manor

2085 NJ-27 (Lincoln Highway)
Edison, NJ 08817

2016 NJAMHAA IT Project Sponsorship, Exhibiting & Advertising Brochure?
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NJAMHAA Members Pay Discounted Rates!

Visit njamhaa.org to view our NJAMHAA Member Directory to see if your organization is a NJAMHAA member.  All employees of NJAMHAA member organizations receive the member rate to NJAMHAA events.

For a listing of NJAMHAA events, please visit njamhaa.org/events.

 


 

 
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